PAGE T\V(7 BI.YTHEVILLR. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS .MONDAY, DIOCKMHKK i;i, 1937« lew days nlUMUIIiiB lo! ambulance. Mrs. Reidman is with i him. Ills condition Is ex- j hospKiiUJaUirday night in a Cobb;Mnx Meyers, Adolph Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS YomiK Matron's club meets will) Mrs. Max IS. Hold. Tuesday Afternoon club meets with Mrs'. 3- W. Adams. p. A. R. meets. with Mrs. Conway. 1 o'clock. • Tucsilsv club meets with Mrs. Ellen W. Kirby. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS nojpliiiin J'ino Avts club meets 3:30'o'dcjjf Hotel Noble. W«4ncsany club meets with Mfs W. J. ,Wjm<tcrl|ch. T:w ladies' Bible 1 Study of the Church ol Christ mcels at the home of Mrs. J. B. Fret'inai), 2.30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Little Theater meets ut court room of city hnll. V:30 o'clock. Tluirsdnj' Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Fred Rutherford. Thursday Luncheon club meets with Mrs. Byron Morse. Jcvl'ish . Ladies' AW meets with Jlrs. H. HCS3. C o'clock, Midweek . club meets with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Thursday Contract club mccl.s \vilh Mrs." Eclgor Dorum. PKIDAV'S EVENTS Woman's club to have Christmas party at curb at 2:30 o'clock. nnri'iui Sunday School Class Sleets The Dorcas Sunday school class c.f the First Baptist church met Friday afternoon at (lie home oi Mrs. 'T. H. Sli'epiiMd for its regular monthly business and social meeting. Mrs. Jessie Seaman wns I FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia » — -3 BY KCASCRVICC. INC. 1. M, fltC. U. S. TAT. OFF , . Mi-, and Mrs. j. (>. ji-rlciicl :ind ton. l(. A., Miss Dorothy Good- ric:i and Chillies Ray Newcomli i were In Memphis Saturday. I Tom WhlUvorth. who recently I | underwent an operation at im- Memphis Baptist hospital, Js 1m- ' ; proving. Among those who are in MCIH- , pills today ar« Misses Addle Me-- .Grcgor. Dorothy Rylec unil Delia I Kay, Bykea, Mrs. Etcne Tyrone, Mrs. GcrUiel Ball, Mrs. Joe Talc Tyrone and Mrs. Ray White. |.l. T, Phillips, who has been Among those who altendcd the working In Chicago, arrived here fool'ttill game In Memphis. Sat- Saturday for a visit with Mrs. rn-Jny were Dan Wnriliieloii, Hugh [Phillips and Inmlly. lilarb'erl Jr.. and I-ec Wnrrlnglon. I Mr - alul Mls - s - K- Garrctl and ! H«m H Williams went to Lake "«»e»ter. Mniy Ella, were guests I VilliiRo Saturday to sec hU daugli- I °. r , <*'- s ; Gnlrclfs sister, Mrs. Ci. j 1 p< -'l. and tlic llev. Mr. nell Bits of Newt Mostly Penowd Ilcr. Virginia, who is ill, Ho will return tonight. Smith Brnokln Is resllnj today at the Veteran's hospital in Saturday and Sunday in Mem- Wfl) l |juis. Tiiey intended church at the Harris Memorial Methodist Church ! Memphis, where Thursday Iwcanso of an attack ol 1)1 one I'. Ills. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Critu, lorm- erly of tills cttv and now of Con- 'way, visited lricn:ls here ycslcr- dny. They were cnroulo lo their was taken " f lvlllfl1 li:c Ji< ?v. Mr. Hell is pastor, Sunday. i Joe Newport and Lou Flasher, i who have been here for three dnvs Ol1 * business trip, returned 'to here vcslcr- l!loil ' !lolll cs in St. Louis tortny. J ' Wesley Kcltli •- • • ' • ,.«.. i.,i, ........ v...v...> .« . .. ls seriously .sick I'o'uio rrom iilluts o! Mississippi,!; 1 ' 01 " bronchial pneumonia at his having attended the Hmeral or lfm< ; °" N °rth Sixth street. He "One (joojl thing about this Santa Clans shirt, 1-uiiny- ri«lil out ami natnc all (he things you wont," jou can tome Mrs. T .H. Hsyncs Rtive the devotional, the Clirtstmas story | from Luke. A brl.f business s?s- i MOD was held preside:! over by i Mis. Arthur Rustling, the president. Mrs. C. P. Tucker presented u progr<iii! H'tiicii Included ii Clnlsl- mns poem by Ertpar A. G\iest read by -Mrs., .R, I, llnley. n tulk on Christnins 'on .ji soulhcrn plnnt.i- tion by .Mrs. -U"E. Barnett .JUKI a talk on Christmas In BbfftTclio'm by Miss Cordelia Wtlhitc. The '2* present- brousht dressed Osceola Society — Personal .Tc.in Ijlc Dakcr llusli'SS Seventeen members and thr^e Biiests of tlic class of junior girls ! At the Hospitals i Mrs. James 1,. Cough, ot Osceola, i Is in th c Baptist hospital In Mcm- I phis. ]. Mrs. Eiilm Dcalou. of Joiner, ha'. Ijrcn atlmlllod tc' the McmphiF D.ipUsl. liospHal. — ~- ^ Century Old Bandsaw kr.own as Six-Pointers, of the Baptist Sunday School were g\iesl.; dolls for the Baptist orphanage-at ,°' J en " Lilc "akcr for thelr Monticello. / ; monthly class meeting and social The hostesses served n salad j on Thursday' nlRht, In the busi- Dafjlllcr Horn A six ijounrt Ilirce ounco tlnu»h- ter was born this moraine to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gilbert at llir Ulytt&ville'; hospital. She has been named Gail Louise v )ie« session. Betly _ Sue Muslin was elected president,' for the irexi j Tiie old saw wns presentwi in I thre months. Detty Ross Springer | the flrcincn by an unidentified i is vice-president; Bessie Lou Hose, havlne Mr. Crltz's trolhcr In Slarkville. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trotter, ut Memphis, were here yesterday. V. G. Holland and Cecil Shane are attending court In Oscqola today. Mrs. Allen Walto)] is in Memphis today. I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett, spent tbe week end In Snlein. Ark. i Mr. and Mrs. E. R. SmltU. of (Osccoln. were (jnesls yesterday of- I Dr. and Mrs. P. D. Smith, j Mrs. J. C. Evans returned home i Saturday from Oedford, Vs., where ! .sho spent three weeks visiting ! relatives. Mrs. li. L. Galncs nnil chiltidren I took Mrs. Oaines' (uther, . L. E. j Newblll. who has been visiting! here, lo his home In Dyersburg 1 mid spent the week end with him I ; there. i 1 Mrs. W. A. Wooil ol Ui.xora and ' Mrs. Lcroy \VCCK! left yestcrdny j : morning lo make a western (rip i i lo California, then north to Wash- i ington und then south to Old D , p| . ., i Mexico. Tiny will be nway about Buzzes to tlectncity 1 two months. — i L. G. Nash returned Saturday NIAGARA PALLS. N. V. <UPI—',• »lght from Mcnipliis where lie A bandsnw believed to be 10U ' ~ • years ul;l lias been put, to ;!00<1 > lif,c by NJngain Falls tin-; been 111 for three days. Miss Mary Emma Hood con- ; suited a physfcinn in Memphis • Saturday. ; Henry Rodman, who is sick j from bronchial micuinoniii. wax] taken to the Memphis Baptist ^557 '&!&'. ft < /-I Phoenix BLOOM Hosiery They slay lirauliful! Vila Ulocni will out- wcai crilinnry lioviciy. Von will be altrai-U'fl liy Hie tadiaiifc and life in :ill ciilcrs .mil Vila ninoin is u:;\% icsisiiiiil, nioisluiTl|>ri>(if uml stands up mid.',- strain and wear. 15 Every Woman Craves Luxurious Satin Gowns and Pajamas Rich, iliimmciiiii; satins lavish nidi licauliful lucre, .mil clainly (nlluiTil slylrs. livery vranlrd style is in (bib si" •.'sicitmuil. Tea lusi' and blur. Siw- IS In 20 $ 2 19 to ;ccietary. and Mnrtlin Tompkins, treasurer. The Bible lesson of the Christmas story from Luke was read by inan, "Hero arc. fclliws." the Granger snid. "Se what you cnn i do with it." I The old saw was completely ;no- i Dr. Edwin H. Barren SURGEON-CHIROPODIST Lit He Hock ! Clara Carolyn Douglas. The Tab- tcrlzcd :m;t Is being used by !Iic ! '*'"' t>e '" our Store Tuesday. Ilct. crnaele niirj it's servtcei were given Ih'Cmen to repair old toys donated ! "• riicine 130 for apiiflhitmcnt. [and expliftiiccl by Pauline Heath.' f01 ' the city's underprivileged chlf-! _. . fc .-,, Floyd A. White JMclh'nrlist Ltnioii (o Have ChvLstums Party ,. The -Mississippi comity Method- j Mnrthn Tompkins gave n review M'eii ench year nt Christmas lir.ie. Ut youiig peoples' union will havej°f the life of Samuel, while Betty j —— its monthly program meeting at ;Sue Mastin cave a review of the England has nearly 300 miles ol the Lake Street. Methodist Clmrcli ----tomorrow night at a o'clock. The program will be in the form ol a Christmas party. Mr. and Mrs. Hauchinr. Entertain With Dinner Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Houchins witerlained with a dinner last nieht at tr.clr home. . • Tlic table had evergreens ar- with apples Hanked with red iapcis for »' centerpiece. Mrs. Houchins served a three course guinea dinner. Guests were: Mr, and Mis. J. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ktrby. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer. Mr.- and Mrs. Russell Phillips Mr ami Mrs. C. W. Afllick and' Mr and Mrs. Ross Hughes. Read Courier News Wmit Ads. ife of Saul, During the social hour cnnnls In use. Sifts were distributed Irom a 3Iirislnwi tree. Mrs. John Douglas is teacher of the class which ens grown from twelve to eighteen members since. October ilrsl. Bcauly »'rt Specials and Thurri. Scalp Treatment, Shampoo, Set & Dry $1.00 Operators JACKSOiN BEAUT V SHOP oKI No. Seconil Acros From Legion Hut Phone 798 UpHorlb LC.IRIIC Has Parly AroiinA twenty members of tlic s-onlor Epworlh League enjoyed a monthly business and social meeting in the church parlors Thursday night mirier fhe direction ol Mrs. Moiia Ralph. Moore ami Steve \vnui Alia. i Gordon Hampton .spent yesterday in Memphis attending his uncle, P. J. MeHush, who underwent ;! major operation nt St. Joseph's hospital earlier in the day. A COMI'LKl'E LJNK Ol-' IIOIISK Sl.ll'I'KKS I'OIC Till; ?"' KNTIlti: FAMILV iMcn's »n<l t.tulics' FLANNEL ROBES All-Woul Flannel;. riiu i die: ' robes are floor length, loiif* sleeves, jje •i hc:i anil full ilpjicr n:odels in luvcly sbailcs. The men's arc double Irc.isteil, navy n«d mart rn, full cut, small, medium and large. 95 Hri(l.!>o sols, pillow cases, sniffs, hiind- kcrihic'ls. wcar, nitifflers, hoti.ss Hlii'l't-TK, l)(>si«lt'.s liun- drods of otht'r apiiro- piiulo itonis. TOO LATE T OCLASSIFY CHRISTMAS CAKES Crdere taken lor homemade Christmas Cakes nml candies. .Mrs. George Cross. SCO Lake-. / 13-ck-24. INSTRUCTIONS In LatfU- Styles Knitting "BHHNAT" KNITTING VAItNS • Mrs. T.oslic Hooper H09 Chlckasawba Phone 7!13 For (ho lightest .takes you ever lasted HUM&O The Dainty Cooking Fat "It's Wonderful" " Molher'sli now ih does our Between Ps Men, Daddy kaanev/woman, the laundry iU' (^ washing. " ^T K ! V;r t YtS, INDEED, ihcrc hai been a big change in Mother since she began sending her laundry here. Even Sonny noticed il. Mother is more cheerful ... more ready lo answer his questions . more ot a companion! Daddy say-, she s looking younger every day ... and Moiher says she (eels that way 1 Lei us lake washday oil YOUR calendar loo! , LAONDRY-GIEANERS Phone 180 PERMANENTS - - $1.00 to $10.CO fiiuirilnlei'd Shoes & Hosier I HOPE THE 80VS KNOW THAT A GIRL ALWAYS APPRECIATES A GIFT OF CAMEL CIGARETTES MADE FROM FINER, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS Give cifcMtctics t'orCbrisinm! \VliatcifinrcHc? CAM 1-1.5, of course. '1 litre's no ilnuht ;ibmit bow mncli people unprcciatc Ciimcl's finer, MORI- nXPUXSIVE TOBACCOS. A gift of Camels carries a r/Wj/c j; from you. It says: " Holidays mill Happ Smoking!" ASK ME WHAT I'D LIKE— AND THE ANSWER IS THAT BIS GLASS HUMIDOR OP PRINCE ALBERT (Itfi) The famous Cluist- mas package, the Camel carton-IOp;i L ksof'70's" — 200 cijjarcucs. You'll it at your dealer's. Gimcls tn lat fifties"—in g;iy holiday THAT SPECIAL CHRISTAWS TI PRINCE ALBERT (r/(,-/)/) A pound of I'rincc liu»iidor [hat, keeps tilt to- in prime condition «nil bccottics u MX'Icoinc possession. Gift wrap. THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE One pound of mild, mellow Prince Albert —the "biicless" tobacco — juckccl in tlic cheerful red tin Immi- ilor IIIH) pliitrt'tl in ;\n ;Utrac- tive Cluiiinias ^Jft p.ickngc, n k no iv it man owns a pipe — you'll be nuking n appropriate selection if you ^ivc him PJUNC1; Priacc Albert's AS mild a pipe tubucco as ever dc1igta(^i«lpi|>c->|QQk<r, Ji> easy on the tongue — doesn't httc. It's extra cool, thanks to its "crimp cut" And it's tops for mellow time.
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